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Cablegate: Costa Rica to Vote Against Cuba Embargo Resolution

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TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 9128
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DEPT FOR WHA/CEN AND IO/UNP JMARIZ

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: UNGA ETRD PHUM UN CU CS
SUBJECT: COSTA RICA TO VOTE AGAINST CUBA EMBARGO RESOLUTION

REF: STATE 148506

1. On October 25, we delivered reftel demarche to Montserrat
Vargas Solorzano, Director of the Candidacies and the United
Nations Specialized Organizations Sections of the MFA.

2. On October 30, we followed up with Christian
Guillermet-Fernandez, Director General of the Foreign Policy
Office of the MFA, who told us that that Costa Rica would
vote, as in past years, against the resolution.
LANGDALE

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